A recent study suggests long-term antibiotic use is associated with an increased risk for colorectal polyps—benign growths in the colon and rectum that usually don’t cause symptoms but may become cancerous overtime if left untreated.
Long-term Antibiotics May Increase Colon Polyp Risk
BBC—A recent study suggests long-term antibiotic use is associated with an increased risk for colorectal polyps—benign growths in the colon and rectum that usually don’t cause symptoms but may become cancerous overtime if left untreated.
ScienceDaily—Scientists at Oregon State University have discovered new mechanism of action of a compound called rapamycin that may help protect against neurological damage associated with conditions like Alzheimer’s disease.
The New York Times—Relax. Take a deep breath. This advice can certainly be hard to follow in stressful situations. But now, researchers at Stanford University have discovered how deep breathing helps us stay calm.
Is Air Pollution in the U.S. Improving or Getting Worse?
Although air quality is improving nationally overall—we’ve seen improvements in carbon monoxide and particulate matter over the past 30 years—there is a problem with pollutants that are difficult to control because of processes that occur in the atmosphere.
The Lawsuit That Could Unravel the Affordable Care Act
Health After 50—
Congress may have called timeout on trying to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act (aka Obamacare), but Americans who buy health insurance on their own have something more immediate about which to worry.
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